Fish and wildlife play crucial roles across ecosystems and in human society. High animal diversity contributes to healthy ecosystems, and many species provide important economic benefits to our communities.
Winter severity is a key regulator of wildlife in the Great Lakes region. Learn how the Northeast CASC modeled how winter severity in the region might change as temperatures rise, and what these changes mean for wildlife.
Researchers with the Pacific Islands Climate Science Center have published a new dataset showing predicted changes in climate and the risk of malaria transmission to forest birds during the last years of the 21st century.